[Bug 3547] sftp crash with 'invalid multibyte character' when pressing Tab to complete specific Chinese filenames

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Wed Mar 8 21:07:00 AEDT 2023


Darren Tucker <dtucker at dtucker.net> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Darren Tucker <dtucker at dtucker.net> ---
Can you reproduce the problem with a a stock openssh built from the
source from openssh.com?  We cannot help you with vendor-supplied
(usually modified) binaries, you will need to seek help from the vendor
that supplied them.

A couple of suggestions:
 - run sftp under gdb and see where it crashes ("gdb --args
/usr/bin/sftp localhost", "run", then when it crashes use "bt" to get a
 - I vaguely recall utf8 crashing bugs with some versions of libedit,
maybe check if there's an update for that.  

I made a quick attempt to reproduce here on Fedora
(libedit-3.1-41.20210910cvs.fc36.x86_64) with both -current and 8.4p1
but it worked as expected (although it's possible I'm doing something
wrong, I don't normally used non-ascii).

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